I’ve designed this resource using materials published on Lend Me Your Literacy – an amazing online resource which has several different purposes. They publish a daily picture, along with philosophical questions, grammar activities, a writing prompt
Signs for each group to help children organise themselves for a rotation of activities.
Each sign is completely editable so that you can change the titles to your activities, and reword it to fit your classroom.
Task cards for use during independent work, e.g. as part of a guided reading rotation. Ideal before you start a read aloud or unit of work based on a book to get the children thinking about the information on the book cover.
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English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies
This sheet can be used in many different ways to support children’s spelling and understanding of etymology:
- on SMARTboard with whole class participation
- large laminate copy on display for children or teacher to fill in
- A4 laminates for
These colourful posters remind children how to write neatly and maintain their handwriting style.
Included: set of four posters with two different fonts, and two different title pages. Technically "handwriters" isn't a word (hence the other